This rare oolong is known as Ban Tian Yao loosely translated to “Waist Halfway to The Sky.” The name refers to the boost of energy often felt in the lower portion of ones torso.
The harvest for this particular varietal is limited to only 1 acre and a few kilograms a year, so it is not often that this particular tea sees the western market. These particular tea plants are about 17 years old grown at 250-400M elevation.
This tea possesses light/medium roasted level that helps to the mineral profiles of the area it is grown. There is also a fruity grape after note.